GI-ACE project aiming to harness the power of social networks to promote positive anti-corruption outcomes among health providers and users through behavioral interventions and dissemination of interventions through trusted and influential social networks.
Harnessing Informality (Pt. 2): What could a network intervention to tackle anti-corruption look like?
How might knowledge about the centrality of informal social networks be used to inform the design of innovative anti-corruption approaches?
Harnessing informality for anti-corruption practice: Shifting the unit of analysis from individuals to networks
Researcher Claudia Baez Camargo writes about GI-ACE project, we adopt two perspectives to explore the question, “What would anti-corruption practice look like if we shift the unit of analysis from individuals to networks?”
GI-ACE researcher Claudia Baez Camargo explores how we can diagnose whether there is a social norm that is underpinning observed behaviours.
GI-ACE researcher Thorsten Chmura discussed focus of research on transnational corruption in international business, pushing the boundaries of citizen science.